What We Love
- An elegant stay at a Georgian house hotel in a prime location, near the National ParksTaking in the lovely views over the rolling countryside towards the North Yorkshire Moors
- Enjoying a sumptuous cream tea included in your stay
- The warm welcome and super-friendly team of staff
What To Know
- This country estate is set on nine acres of manicured gardens
- The Georgian mansion dates back almost 200 years
- Free WiFi
Sandwiched between the rolling Yorkshire Dales and the rural idyll of the Vale of York sits classic Georgian mansion Solberge Hall. Dating back almost 200 years, and built by wealthy local landowner John Hutton, it boasts an imposing pillared entrance, solid red brick walls and an interior to match.
After checking out your classic-meets contemporary room, why not enjoy a crisp winter stroll in its nine acres of award-winning grounds or in the surrounding Yorkshire countryside. Return invigorated to a sumptuous afternoon or cream tea with the full works, then settle down by a roaring fire in the cosy lounge as you prepare yourself for a locally-sourced and seasonal dinner.
Fill your time here with a round of golf at a nearby club, visit Fountains Abbey and Studley Water Garden, or drive around legendary vet James Herriott country. For its effortless hospitality, delicious food and warm welcome Solberge Hall garnered a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
How to Get There
I waited with my son and his bride to be a full two years to see them married at this picturesque location. And I was not disappointed one bit....
From the welcome greeting, through the beautifully decorated wedding room and on to a fabulous reception and evening party, nothing was out of place.
A hearty thank you to all of the staff, and fir my luxuriously appointed room. I’ll be revisiting in the spring
Disappointed with my recent stay and event at Solberge. Came for party night with brochures that stated cocktails on arrival which weren’t there. I asked for them and was greeted by a grumpy manager that said it wasn’t a option and I had the wrong brochure but if you look in the lounge and reception the same brochure states cocktails. He did rectify it by giving my party a glass of wine each but no apology, and was quite abrupt. Breakfast was a joke waited one hour for a cup of coffee and our breakfast was warm at best and had sat on a hot pate for some time the pouched egg was hard. The waiter again was not forthcoming and not at all friendly and welcoming as you would expect from a country hotel.The only nice and friendly person was the receptionist.
Fourth time here and all staff are fantastic as usual- upgrade to our favourite room - the reception staff were great keeping my secret order of bubbly for the room from my hubby and had it ready just before they 'allowed ' us to go up to our room . The hotel is set in beautiful countryside and close to the lovely Yorkshire town of Northallerton - the original features of the Georgian building are still visible with a beautiful formal staircase to the bedrooms - extra specially beautiful with the christmas tree and decorations.
Continuing our quest for somewhere not to far,for spending a two night break, good reception, shown to a ground floor room, out in the court yard (O.K.provide it doesn't rain). Actually have the facilities of an adjoining room, both very comfortable.
Home made scones with afternoon tea served by very pleasant staff plus, two evening meals especially, produced to suit our rather small appetites, were excellent.
Regrettably, the second morning breakfast undid all our previous accolades,as the serving staff of one and, the assumed lack kitchen staff created a very long wait for tea and coffee which, had to be returned as, the milk was off, a further wait produced eggs benedict,with eggs underdone, swimming in Hollandaise Sauce, plus muffins which had been subjected to a micro wave.
When paying the bill, the response to our breakfast complaint appeared to fall on "stony ground" as the receptionist did not offer any apology or comment
Was our quest for some where near for a two night stay met by the Solberge Hall?,most probably yes, providing the "management" is more visible to ensure adequate waiting and kitchen staff are in place to accommodate the needs of their guests
Very warm , welcoming and relaxing hotel.
This is my third stay and I would highly recommend this establishment
Rooms are warm and elegant
Everything you need is provided .
The food is well above average hotel fare .
The staff are extremely accommodating .
There was no problem storing our bikes securely at the hotel.